drago01 wrote:And it really isn't a hidden anaconda option, it's just having anaconda pass that to grub. Anacondaalready has some support for this, it just doesn't pass it to grub. It maybe a simple one-liner in anaconda.Well the options get passed to the kernel not to anaconda, it just parses (abuses) the kernel cmdline for stuff like this. (which isn't a bad thing in general)I agree. And anaconda could just take one more step and add it to grub.conf ala anaconda.id.bootloader.args.append. Voila, done. I don't think it is doing this already, but I may be mistaken.
I just tested this on a stock F9 install: if you do selinux=0 at the boot: line (the kernel cmdline) it doesn't get passed to the final installed grub.conf.